|Thanks to the engineering genius of tom hoover and the ramchargers, 1964 saw the return of a champion to the nascar circuit thanks to richard petty and the 426 hemi engine. by 1967, chrysler was well underway with selling the elephantpowered street carsto an unprepared public.one of the most spectaluar versions of a hemi powered mopar was their plymouth and Dodge "b" bodies, still a true midsize vehicle they were smaller and lighter than their gm and ford counterparts. the gtx and Coronet r/t convertibles were lethal weapons compared to the larger-for-1967 pontiac gto and others. thehemi option wasunpresidented both by the cost of aengine option,adding nearly 30eo the final cost,and the sheer power avaible to thepublic without a racing licence.a person's pocketbook and constitution were the only two things that kepthemi convertible production numbers low, not unlike the modern day hellcat charger.this ultra-rare 1967Dodge Coronet r/tconvertible was the platform twin to the plymouth gtx convertible. she isall numbers matching, original sheet metal, original interior, unrestored engine bay and undercarriage inspected and confirmed by dave wise. they made a total of 4 Coronet r/t converts in 1967, 2 4spds, 1 auto for the u.s. And 1 auto for canada. this is the only auto made for the u.s. Market. she has original documentation, complete dave wise visual inspection,as well as the chrysler historical records. freshly servicedand road ready,the original "hellcat" awaits.